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Photo Album #27 Clapsaddle Family Civil War Photo Album

Civil War Era Clapsaddle Family Album with CDVs (Cartes de Visites), circa 1860s.

Surnames: Clapsaddle, Gilbert, Socks, Slegel, Schlegel, Switzer, Foekler, Tawney, Gemperlen, Gemperling, Wilson, Gemberling,

Locations: Pennsylvania, Gettysburg PA, Green Castle Indiana, York Pennsylvania, Hanover Pennsylvania, Selinsgrove Pennsylvania

There is hand written Index and album notations. The top of the index has this notation: “May 30, 1865. Catherine Clapsaddle Album”

Note that "V"= verso (back). Some albums have notations on verso, these are shown inside quotation marks. My personal research into the Clapsaddle family is inside [ ]
CLAP-1. Amanda E Clapsaddle v=Levi Mumper, G’burg PA [Amanda Elizabeth Clapsaddle (see Photo CLAP-18)] scan0001.jpg
CLAP-2. Lizy Kate Clapsaddle v=Levi Mumper, G’burg PA scan0002.jpg
CLAP-3. Charles C. Clapsaddle. V=W H Tipton & Co, Gettysburg PA [Charles Clayton Clapsaddle] scan0003.jpg
CLAP-4. Mary Clapsaddle V=”Waite 265” DM Spurgin & Son, Green Castle Indiana scan0004.jpg
CLAP-5. Joseph Clapsaddle v=Levi Mumper, G’burg PA scan0005.jpg
CLAP-6. Gorg [sic] L. Clapsaddle v=”Georg L Clapsaddle, presented to me Catharine Clapsaddle” Tyson Bros G’burg PA [George Luther Clapsaddle] scan0006.jpg
CLAP-7. Jacob A. Clapsaddle V= Isaac G Tyson, Gettysburg PA scan0007.jpg
CLAP-8. Charlie Clapsaddle. TT [Charles Clayton Clapsaddle ] scan0008.jpg
CLAP-9. Loo? R? Gilbert. V=”GH’s” N H Busey, York PA scan0009.jpg
CLAP-10. John & Lean? Socks? V= P S Weaver, Hanover, York Co. PA scan0010.jpg
CLAP-11. Catharine Slegel. Tinted TT v=”Catharine Shlegel, Mecalisterville, Luniata PA” 2cent Rev. Stamp hand cancelled. scan0011.jpg
CLAP-12. Mary S. Switzer v=Levi Mumper, Gettysburg PA scan0012.jpg
CLAP-13. Kate Foekler. Tinted. F=”Jessie Kate Clapsaddle” v= Lee Mumper & Co. Gettysburg PA scan0013.jpg
CLAP-14. Joseph W. Clapsaddle. V=”Joseph W. Clapsaddle died July 23rd 1868” DM Spurgin, Green Castle Ind scan0014.jpg
CLAP-15. Mary E. Clapsaddle v=Levi Mumper, Gettysburg PA scan0015.jpg
CLAP-16. no names v = L. Mumper Gettysburg PA scan0016.jpg
CLAP-17. baby. No name. V=”Albert Fockeler” Wm Tipton Gettysburg PA [husband to CLAP-13] scan0017.jpg
CLAP-18. John Tawney. [husband to CLAP-1] scan0018.jpg
CLAP-19. no name v=”Samuel & Sarah hartman, Hoke, Frederick MD” Tipton & Myers, G’burg PA scan0019.jpg
CLAP-20. Peter Gemperlen. V= Roshons, Selingsgrove PA scan0020.jpg
CLAP-21. Kate Gemperlen f=”Caty Gemperlen” v= Roshons, Selingsrove PA scan0021.jpg
CLAP-22. Josephean Soele [but pic of a man] f=”Merry Christmas ___ How are you today” scan0022.jpg
CLAP-23. Harry Wilson. V = stamped 1892 on bit of glued on paper of the era scan0023.jpg
CLAP-24. Catharine Clapsaddle v= 2cent Bankcheck stamp, hand cancelled with X scan0024.jpg
CLAP-25. Robert Wilson. Glued onto page cannot remove scan0025.jpg
CLAP-26. Filler Card: Old Abe 1865 Eagle, mascot for 8th Wisconsin Regiment scan not available

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